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  • Actors: Rino Romano, Kevin Michael Richardson, Alistair Duncan, Steve Harris, Tom Kenny
  • Producers: Alan Burnett, Duane Capizzi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: CW Television Network
  • DVD Release Date: September 12, 2006
  • Run Time: 338 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FZETS4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,169 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Other: Catching Up with...The Batman: Inside Season 2 Have you been missing out on the action packed adventures of The Batman? Get caught up on the events of Season One and take a peek at what?s coming up for The Dark Knight!Other: Catching Up with...The Batman: Inside Season 2 Have you been missing out on the action packed adventures of The Batman? Get caught up on the events of Season One and take a peek at what?s coming up for The Dark Knight!Other: Catching Up with...The Batman: Inside Season 2 Have you been missing out on the action packed adventures of The Batman? Get caught up on the events of Season One and take a peek at what?s coming up for The Dark Knight!Other: Catching Up with...The Batman: Inside Season 2 Have you been missing out on the action packed adventures of The Batman? Get caught up on the events of Season One and take a peek at what?s coming up for The Dark Knight!

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Batman, The: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

Customer Reviews

These old cartoons are fun.
deb
It would of been a great thing if they showed it for the first season.
MISSterio
Stories are creative and the artwork is great.
Robert S. Alexander

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Simon on June 22, 2006
Format: DVD
The second season of KidsWB's new The Batman series is much improved over the first season. The show seems more confident of its identity now, and knows how to deliver exciting, fun, stories with less emphasis on outright pandering to the kiddie demographic. Notable episodes include the introduction of the Riddler, Hugo Strange, and a new take on the Solomon Grundy legend. Patrick Warburton makes a fun guest appearance as Yin's new partner, and Joker even dons the cape and cowl to fight crime for an episode. Ragdoll and Spellbinder's appearances make best use of the show's visual energy, and the season finale marks the introduction of a classic Batman supporting character and the setup for season 3. Best of all, there is a dramatic Clayface story that really makes viewers feel for this tragic villain in the vein of the old B:TAS series.

Among other fixes: The new Joker finally comes into his own, and Alfred ditches his nagging, season 1 attitude. Yin has more to do as Batman's partner, and the overall acting is much better from everyone. Penguin and Freeze still do nothing for me, but even they seem slightly improved from their season 1 offerings.

Season 2 of The Batman works for me. It's still not a deep show, but there's finally enough right here that I can enjoy the episodes without constantly making the B:TAS comparisons. Try this set, and you might find yourself having fun too. Recommended.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By David Griffin Blyth on July 27, 2006
Format: DVD
The first season of The Batman is a very good example of what happens when a new team arrives, finally taking over from the twelve to fifteen year era of Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Ted Blackman, and Eric Randoski, and find themselves struggling with the dubious task of living up to the legacy of Batman: The Animated Series.

Their early efforts were met with more than a large dose of criticism, the first season led to The Batman being considered one of the most blatantly childish toy commercials ever produced, a Joker that seemed to resemble Goku addicted to Brand X and with a lousy Mark Hamil impersonator, a bland Year One attempt at The Batman's early life, complete with his being pursued by the GPD and the relentless Ellen Yin and her partner Bennet (an ally of The Batman) which seemingly never came close to living up to the standards of GPD/Batman battles seen in Year One or The Dark Knight Returns, and lousy throwbacks to the classic Tim Burton movie designs of Catwoman and Penguin just when the New Batman Adventures had finally liberated those characters from those constraints.

Fortunatly, salvation came in the first season finale, which shook up the series' status quoe in a major way, paving the way clear for what would become The Batman's finest season so far. A little more experianced, and with a few great writers such as Greg Wiesman (creator of Gargoyles) helping out, the second season goes forward with a darker edge, and even improved vastly on some of Batman's rouges gallery.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert Posada on October 19, 2006
Format: DVD
O.K., I get that some people don't like this version of Batman. I also grew up watching Batman the Animated Series and I was elated when they became available on DVD.

So when I learned that the WB was going to start up a new Batman series, I was excited. I watched the series premiere with great anticipation and was, for the most part, ambivalent about it. I caught most of the episodes of the first season, and while I was glad that Batman was back on T.V., it didn't really evoke the same kind of feeling that BTAS had.

Then I saw the two part series finale of season 1, which focuses on the origin of the new Clayface. Here we finally got a glimpse of what this new creative team is capable of when they put some real effort into their storytelling. And this trend continued into season 2.

People will make their comparisons to the original series. Hey, that's only natrual. I've been interested in anything Batman since I was a kid. I'm old enough to have seen the campy T.V. series. I've read the comics throughout the years and even watched the some of the horrible movies they've put out there. But I think that some people fall into the trap of nostalgia when they compare this series to BTAS. People tend to gloss over the not so pretty parts and claim that everything was so much better way back when. Batman the animated series was great, no argument there.

But I also think that this new series really has it's place in the annuals of Batman. It offers a new take on old villans. One reviewer called it Ultimate Batman (for those of you who are familiar with Marvel comics' Ultimate line), and I think that's a pretty good way of looking at it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 5, 2007
Format: DVD
The second season of The Batman, a manga-ish attempt to showcase the early days of the Dark Knight, is far from perfect, but it is a big improvement over the first season. In the first season finale, Batman's (voiced by Rino Romano, and no, he's no Kevin Conroy) police officer ally Bennett was transformed into Clayface thanks to the Joker (by far the best episode of the series), and that storyline continues as Clayface comes to a cross roads and makes a choice on his future. Also, we see the debut of up and coming Detective James Gordon, who seeks to make Gotham City a safe place to live again, with Batman's help. The biggest complaint of the series has been the treatment of the villains, and while there is an improvement this season, you'll still find some amount of annoyment. I'm not too fond of the Riddler or the Penguin, but the Joker is much better in these episodes, and even Professor Strange (voiced by the late, great Harry Goz of Adult Swim's Sealab 2021) is here to boot. All in all, the second season of the much maligned The Batman isn't the same kind of greatness we got from the Paul Dini/Bruce Timm Batman animated series, but it is a vast improvement over what we've seen from the series before.
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